Month: April 2015

Declassified report points to flaws in post-9/11 NSA wiretapping

Originally posted on intelNews.org:
By JOSEPH FITSANAKIS | intelNews.org A lengthy United States government report into the post-9/11 communications interception program by the National Security Agency says it was limited in both usefulness and effectiveness. The report examines the…

Numbers: Morpheme Tales II

NINE: Manhunt in the Heartland (Muñoz Was a Righteous Bust) I hear the inner intern’s bobbin knob popping, an interurban daily Davey Crockett slop bucket parapet stopping clocks on the aboveground spot to talk shop. Check the squeaking jobbers on… Read More ›

A (Secure) Chat with WikiLeaks

Today’s article comes to us from Interwebs Security correspondent Tyler L. Jones. It is his first appearance in the Cryptosphere. WikiLeaks is at it again. This time, in an effort to provide a method of secure communication between themselves and whistleblowers,… Read More ›